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This course teaches you how to use the movement system to assess, diagnose and treat athlete movement dysfunction. The material is highly interactive with an emphasis on the practical application of principles covered in the course. Concepts utilized in the course include symptom modification procedures, dynamometry, anatomical slings, neuromuscular chains, dual vectors and reflexive activation.
Additional athlete movement system courses presented by Dr. Jared Vagy include:
Jared Vagy received his doctorate in physical therapy (DPT) from the University of Southern California (USC) and completed a one-year residency in orthopedics and a one-year fellowship in movement science. Dr. Vagy is a clinical assistant professor of physical therapy in the DPT program at USC and is a mentor in both the orthopedic residency…
This chapter reviews speed and endurance concepts, including speed of force generation, closed kinetic chain testing, and mirroring movement.
3. The Treatment Pyramid
The final chapter of this course discusses the components of the treatment period. Topics include patient education, improving alignment and joint centration, utilization of newly acquired motion, and using the entire kinetic chain.
This is a viewer submitted question and answer session, which will be facilitated by Jared Vagy.